As the Rhode Island takes steps forward to expand their amount of compassion centers from three to nine, a Warwick based cannabis cultivator seeks to open a dispensary to serve the North-West part of the state. If approved, Medici Products and Solutions’ Woonocket dispensary will reduce the amount of time patients have to travel to get their medication – who are currently forced to commute to Providence.
Owners Chris Roy and John Rouge are already at the forefront of the Ocean State’s thriving marijuana industry. State-of-the-art equipment and technique in their modern Warwick grow facility allow them to meet large-scale product demand with relatively limited space. Automated nutrient and hydration delivery systems in conjunction with vertical style grow racks produce high yields with consistent quality. Shopping Medici Products and Solutions’ Woonsocket dispensary will afford you the unique opportunity to purchase these products direct.
In addition to popular THC-rich Girl Scout Cookies, Super Silver Haze and Granddaddy Purple, Medici Products and Solutions’ Woonsocket dispensary will likely feature their new line of CBD strains. CBD treats users’ pain, anxiety and more – without intoxicating. These designer varieties are the result of extensive breeding efforts.
With legalization of adult-use (medical) cannabis in neighboring Massachusetts, many believe it won’t be long for Rhode Island to follow suit. Medici Products and Solutions’ Woonsocket dispensary is positioned to serve this market when the time comes.
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Because Medici Products and Services’ Woonsocket dispensary location is yet to open, there is currently no way for the public to contact them.
At this time, in Rhode Island, marijuana can only be sold to medical card holding residents. For more information about how to obtain a medical marijuana card in Rhode Island, please visit the Department of Health’s official website to get started on an application. You can also call the state offices with specific questions at (401) 222-5960.
In the meantime, you can shop a handful of Massachusetts dispensaries already serving adult-use (recreational) cannabis. Anyone over 21 can buy marijuana at these locations. Check out nearby Verilife in Wareham or Northeast Alternatives in Fall River, head north to Alternative Therapies in Salem, or plan a trip west and visit INSA in Easthampton, NETA in Northampton, Temescal Wellness in Pittsfield, Temescal Wellness Hudson, Theory Wellness in Great Barrington or Cultivate in Leicester.